Springvale and Jubilee Stadiums and park


   

Address: 185 London Street, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • This 11-hectare complex contains modern multi-use amenities for a variety of sports including gymnastics, roller skating and racquet sports. It is the North Island base for the New Zealand Masters Games, the largest multi-sports event in New Zealand.


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    This 11-hectare complex contains modern multi-use amenities for a variety of sports including gymnastics, roller skating and racquet sports. It is the North Island base for the New Zealand Masters Games, the largest multi-sports event in New Zealand.


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South Beach


   

Address: Airport Road, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • As soon as the tide goes out South Beach is a 20km stretch of sand, excellent for a days picnic, swimming, surfing or fishing. Up in the dunes are fantastic offroading trails. Drive South and you can reach the mouth of the Whangehu River, or North will take you to the South Mole, another great fishing spot.

    To access, drive along Airport road until you pass the airport then follow the unpaved road to the left. There is a large carpark available but 4WD access to the beach is recommended.


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South Beach


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    As soon as the tide goes out South Beach is a 20km stretch of sand, excellent for a days picnic, swimming, surfing or fishing. Up in the dunes are fantastic offroading trails. Drive South and you can reach the mouth of the Whangehu River, or North will take you to the South Mole, another great fishing spot.

    To access, drive along Airport road until you pass the airport then follow the unpaved road to the left. There is a large carpark available but 4WD access to the beach is recommended.


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Te Mana Park


   

Address: Hylton Street / Mitchell Street, Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • Te Mana Park in Aramoho has large playing fields available for public use.


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Te Mana Park


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    Te Mana Park in Aramoho has large playing fields available for public use.


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Williams Domain


   

Address: Patapu Street, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • Williams Domain in Wanganui East has a large playing field and a small playground.


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Williams Domain


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    Williams Domain in Wanganui East has a large playing field and a small playground.


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Queens Park


   

Address: Queens Park, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui

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  • The cultural centre of Whanganui, Queens Park is home to the iconic Sarjeant Gallery, housing a nationally significant art collection, Whanganui Regional Museum, the Alexander Heritage Library, the Davis Central City Library and the War Memorial Centre and Veterans Steps.

    Surrounding the Queens Park buildings are green open spaces ideal for a picnic and to view the river and central city area. Queens Park is also home to Handspan, a tactile sculpture celebrating peace and featuring 4000 individual handprints.


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Queens Park


Address: Queens Park, Wanganui

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    The cultural centre of Whanganui, Queens Park is home to the iconic Sarjeant Gallery, housing a nationally significant art collection, Whanganui Regional Museum, the Alexander Heritage Library, the Davis Central City Library and the War Memorial Centre and Veterans Steps.

    Surrounding the Queens Park buildings are green open spaces ideal for a picnic and to view the river and central city area. Queens Park is also home to Handspan, a tactile sculpture celebrating peace and featuring 4000 individual handprints.


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Wembley Park


   

Address: Wilkie Street, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • Wembley Park in Wanganui East has large playing fields and is also a Dog Exercise Area.


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Wembley Park


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    Wembley Park in Wanganui East has large playing fields and is also a Dog Exercise Area.


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North Mole


   

Address: Morgan Street, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand

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  • A great fishing spot at the mouth of the Whanganui River just down from popular Castlecliff Beach!


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North Mole


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    A great fishing spot at the mouth of the Whanganui River just down from popular Castlecliff Beach!


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Kowhai Park


   

Address: Kowhai Park, Wanganui East, Wanganui 4500

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  • Fun and exciting activities that your children will enjoy.

    Kowhai Park is the most unique children's park in New Zealand and is located on the banks of the Anzac Parade, Whanganui River.

    Kowhai Park has some of the most imaginative playground equipment. 
    There are several slides, but none of them are conventional, turtles to sit on, toadstool picnic tables, Humpty Dumpty’s wall to fall off, rocket ships, mountains,  Miss Muffet and a greebly looking spider, complete with swings for toddlers hanging from its legs, a skating rink, waterplay fountains for hot days, the large pumpkin with 2 BBQ's inside, the fort with flying fox, the mini-train rides, castle, antarctic playground and the massive skate/bike park. 


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Kowhai Park


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    Fun and exciting activities that your children will enjoy.

    Kowhai Park is the most unique children's park in New Zealand and is located on the banks of the Anzac Parade, Whanganui River.

    Kowhai Park has some of the most imaginative playground equipment. 
    There are several slides, but none of them are conventional, turtles to sit on, toadstool picnic tables, Humpty Dumpty’s wall to fall off, rocket ships, mountains,  Miss Muffet and a greebly looking spider, complete with swings for toddlers hanging from its legs, a skating rink, waterplay fountains for hot days, the large pumpkin with 2 BBQ's inside, the fort with flying fox, the mini-train rides, castle, antarctic playground and the massive skate/bike park. 


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